Yankees hire executive scouted by Sammy Sosa Only 3 people from the leader

The American Major League (MLB) New York Yankees have reinforced another big front executive.

The Yankees announced on the 6th (Korean time) that they have hired Omar Minaya (64), former general manager of the New York Mets, as a senior advisor.

Minaya, who started his front career as a scout for the Texas Rangers, discovered Sammy Sosa in 1984 and received high praise.

In return for scouting Sosa, Minaya was promoted to international scouting executive at Texas and moved to New York Mets assistant general manager in 1997. 메이저사이트

In 2002, he became general manager of the Montreal Expos (predecessor to the Washington Nationals).

Minaya is the first Latin American to become a major league general manager.

Minaya, who served as the general manager of the Mets from 2004 to 2010, served as an advisory member of the Players Union from 2015 to 2017 and as a scouting consultant for the Major League (MLB) Secretariat last year, gaining various experiences.

Two days ago, the Yankees hired Brian Sabin (66), former general manager of the San Francisco Giants, as an advisor.

Sabin, who started as a scout for the Yankees and moved to San Francisco in 1993, took over as general manager and led them to three World Series championships.

The Yankees have already built the widest front in the major leagues, with Jim Hendry, former general manager of the Chicago Cubs, serving as an advisor.

Brian Cashman, general manager of the Yankees since 1998, said on the day, “I feel powerful because I am surrounded by talented people.”

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